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Ware.

Mr. Morril, Mr. Ruggles, Mr. Taylor.
Palmer,

Seymour,
Pleasants,

Smith,
Those who voted in the negative, are
Mr. Barbour, Mr. Johnson, of Ken. Mr. Rodney,

Brown, of Lou. Johnson, of Lou. Stokes,
Brown, of Ohio, King, of Alab. Talbot.
Dickerson,

King, of N. Y. Van Burer,
Eaton, .
Lanman,

Walker,
Findlay,

Lloyd, : :
Gaillard,
Lowrie,

Williams, of Miss.
Holmes, of Miss. Parrott,

Williams, of Ten. On motion, by Mr. Findlay, Ordered, That the further consideration thereof be postponed to, and made the order of the day for, to-morrow.

The bill, entitled “ An act relating to Treasury notes,” was read a third time.

Resolved, That this bill pass.

Ordered, That the Secretary notify the House of Representatives accordingly.'

Agreeably to the order of the day, the Senate resumed, as in committee of the whole, the consideration of the bill, entitled “ An act making an appropriation to defray the expenses of missions to the independent nations on the American continent;" together with the amendments reported thereto by the Committee on Foreign Relations; and the said amendments having been disagreed to,

On motion, by Mr. Smith, To add to the bill the following proviso: Provided, nevertheless, That no money shall be drawn from the Treasury, for that purpose, until the President shall be fully satisfied that such missions will not interrupt the friendly relations of the United States:"

It was determineu " the negative, ) Nays
It was determined in the negative. [ Yeas ..... 9,

... 28. On motion, by Mr. Lloyd, The yeas and nays being desired by one-fifth of the Senators present, those who voted in the affirmative, are, Mr. Chandler, Mr. Lloyd,

Mr. Smith,
Eaton,
Macon,

Taylor,
Holmes, of Miss. Ruggles,

Williams, of Miss.

Those who voted in the negative, are,
Mr. Barbour, Mr. Johnson, of Lou. Mr. Rodney,
Barton,

King, of Alab. Seymour,
Benton,
King, of N. Y.

Stokes,
Brown, of Lou. Knight,

Talbot,
Brown, of Ohio,
Lanman,

Van Buren.
Dickerson,
Lowrie,

Walker,
Findlay,
Morril,

Ware,
Gaillard, , Palmer,

Williams, of Ten.
Holmes, of Maine, Parrott,

Johnson, of Ken. Pleasants,
And no amendment having been made to the bill, it was reported to
the Senate; and,
On the question, “Shall this bill be read a third time?"

s Yeas . . . 39,
It was determined in the affirmative,

Nays . . . 3.
On motion, by Mr. Holmes, of Maine,
· The yeas and nays being desired by one-fifth of the Senators pre:
sent, those who voted in the affirmative, are,
Mr. Barbour, Mr. Johnson, of Ken. Mr. Ruggles,
Barton,

Johnson, of Lou. . Seymour,
Benton,

King, of Alab. . Southard,
Brown, of Lou. King, of N. Y.

Stokes,
Brown, of Ohio, Knight,

Talbot,
Chandler,

Lanman,
Dickerson,
Lowrie,

Thomas,
Eaton,
Morril,

Van Buren,
Edwards,

Van Dyke,
Findlay,
Palmer,

Walker,
Gaillard,
Parrott,

Ware,
Holmes, of Maine, Pleasants,

Williams, of Miss.
Holmes, of viss. Rodney,

Williams, of Ten.
Those who voted in the negative, are,
Mr. Lloyd,

Mr. Macon, Mr. Smith.
Mr. Knight reported, from the committee, that they had examined
and found duly enrolled, the bill, entitled “ An act to provide for
paying to the states of Missouri, Mississippi, and Alabama, three per
cent. of the nett proceeds arising from the sale of the public lands
within the same;" the bill, entitled " An act making appropriations
for the support of the navy of the United States for the year 1822,

Taylor,

Noble,

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and for other purposes;" the bill, entitled “ An act restoring to the ship Diana the privileges of a sea letter vessel;” the bill, entitled “ An act for the relief of James May, and the representatives of William Macomb;" the bill, entitled “ An act for the relief of John Thomas;" the bill, entitled “ An act making appropriations for the public buildings;" and, also, the bill, entitled “ An act making appropriations for the support of government for the year one thousand eight hundred and twenty-two, and for other purposes.”

A message from the House of Representatives, by Mr. Dougherty, their Clerk:

Mr. President: The Speaker of the House of Representatives have ing signed several enrolled bills, I am directed to bring them to the Senate, for the signature of their President.

The President of the United States, on the 26th instant, approved and signed “ An act altering the time and place of holding the district court, in the district of Mississippi;" “ An act for the relief of Cornelius Huson;" “ An act for the relief of James M Farland," “ An act for the relief of sundry citizens of Baltimore;" “ An act

for the relief of B. H. Rand;' “ An act for the relief of certain dis. tillers within the sixth collection district of Pennsylvania;" • An act

for the relief of William E. Meek;” “ An act to alter the times of holding courts in the western district of Virginia, and for other pur. poses;” and, also, a resolution providing for the security in the transmission of letters, &c. in the public mail.

The House of Representatives concur in the amendments proposed by the Committee of Conference to the amendment of the House of Representatives to the amendments of the Senate to the bill, entitled 6 An act to provide for paying to the state of Missouri three per cent. of the nett proceeds arising from the sale of public lands within the same.

They also concur in the amendments of the Senate to the bill, entitled “ An act making appropriations for the support of the navy of the United States for the year 1822."

They have passed a bill, entitled “ An act explanatory of an act, entitled • An act authorizing the settlement of the accounts between the United States and Richard O'Brien, late American consul at Algiers;" a bill, entitled “ An act for the preservation and repair of the Cumberland road;" a bill, entitled “ An act to provide for tlie prompt settlement of accounts therein mentioned, and for the punish. ment of the crime of perjury in certain cases;" a bill, entitled “ An

act for the relief of certain insolvent debtors;" and, also, a bill, entitled “ An act to provide for the appointment of deputy collectors of the customs;" in which bills they request the concurrence of the Sea nate. And he withdrew.

After the consideration of Executive business,
The Senate adjourned.

TUESDAY, APRIL 30, 1822.

Mr. Holmes, of Maine, from the Committee on Finance, to which was referred the bill, entitled “ An act further to amend the several acts relative to the Treasury, War, and Navy Departments,” reported the same without amendment.

Agreeably to notice given, Mr. Holmes, of Maine, asked and obtained leave to introduce a bill to relieve the people of Florida from the operation of certain ordinances; which was twice read by unanimous consent; and,

On motion, Ordered, That it be referred to the Committee on the Judiciary, to consider and report thereon.

On motion, by Mr. Holmes, of Maine, Ordered, That the Committee on Finance, to which was referred the message from the President of the United States recommending an appropriation for an Indian treaty, be discharged from the further consideration thereof.

On motion, by Mr. Ruggles, Ordered, That the Committee of Claims, to which was referred the petition of William Biggs, praying remuneration for services rendered during the Revolutionary war, be discharged from the further consideration thereof.

The five bills brought up yesterday from the House of Representatives, for concurrence, were read; and,

Ordered, That they severally pass to the second reading.

The bill, entitled “ An act explanatory of an act, entitled • An act authorizing the settlement of the accounts between the United States and Richard O'Brien, late American consul at Algiers,” was read the second time by unanimous consent; and,

On motion, Ordered, That it be referred to the Committee of Claims, to consider and report thereon.

The bill, entitled “ An act for the preservation and repair of the Cumberland road,” was read the second time by unanimous consent; and,

On motion, Ordered, That it be referred to the Committee on Roads and Canals, to consider and report thereon.

The bill, entitled “ An act to provide for a prompt settlement of accounts therein mentioned, and for the punishment of the crime of perjury in certain cases," was read the second time by unanimous consent; and

On motion, Ordered, That it be referred to the Committee on the Judiciary, to consider and report thereon.

The bill, entitled “ An act for the relief of certain insolvent debt. ors,” was read the second time, by unanimous consent; and,

On motion, Ordered, That it be referred to the Committee on the District of Columbia, to consider and report thereon.

The bill, entitled “ An act to provide for the appointment of deputy collectors of the customs," was read the second time, by unanimous consent; and,

On motion, Ordered, That it be referred to the Committee on Finance, to consider and report thereon.

The President signed the seven enrolled bills last reported to have been examined, and they were delivered to the committee, to be laid before the President of the United States.

The bill to alter the times and places of holding the district court in the district of New Jersey, having been reported by the committee correctly engrossed, was read a third time.

Resolved, That this bill pass, and that the title thereof be “ An act to alter the times of holding the district court in the district of New Jersey." ;

Ordered, That the Secretary request the concurrence of the House of Representatives in this bill.

The bill, entitled “ An act making an appropriation to defray the expenses of missions to the Independent Nations on the American continent," was read a third time.

Resolved, That this bill pass.

Ordered, That the Secretary notify the House of Representatives accordingly.

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